Broadcast Awards 2019 nominations

Thursday 22nd November 2018, 9:30am

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The nominations for the Broadcast Awards 2019 have been revealed. The awards are run by the TV industry's respected trade magazine.

Best Comedy Programme

Derry Girls. Image shows from L to R: James Maguire (Dylan Llewellyn), Erin Quinn (Saoirse-Monica Jackson), Michelle Mallon (Jamie-Lee O'Donnell), Clare Devlin (Nicola Coughlan), Orla McCool (Louisa Harland). Copyright: Hat Trick Productions.Derry Girls

Detectorists. Image shows from L to R: Lance Stater (Toby Jones), Andy Stone (Mackenzie Crook). Copyright: BBC.Detectorists

Mum. Cathy (Lesley Manville).Mum

Stath Lets Flats. Stath (Jamie Demetriou). Copyright: Roughcut Television.Stath Lets Flats

This Country. Image shows from L to R: Kerry Mucklowe (Daisy May Cooper), Lee 'Kurtan' Mucklowe (Charlie Cooper). Copyright: BBC.This Country

The Windsors. Image shows from L to R: Harry (Richard Goulding), Charles (Harry Enfield), Camilla (Haydn Gwynne), Wills (Hugh Skinner). Copyright: Noho Film and TV.The Windsors

Best Entertainment Programme

Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway

Celebrity Hunted

Love Island

Strictly Come Dancing

Taskmaster. Image shows from L to R: Greg Davies, Alex Horne. Copyright: Avalon Television.Taskmaster

The Big Narstie Show. Image shows from L to R: Big Narstie, Mo Gilligan.The Big Narstie Show

Other comedy-related nominations

This Country. Image shows from L to R: Kerry Mucklowe (Daisy May Cooper), Lee 'Kurtan' Mucklowe (Charlie Cooper). Copyright: BBC.Mest Multichannel Programme: Taskmaster, This Country, Drugsland, Killed By My Debt, Love Island, Valley Cops.

Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing. Image shows from L to R: Paul Whitehouse, Bob Mortimer. Copyright: Owl Power.Best Original Programme: Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing, The Big Narstie Show, Married to A Paedophile, Men Who Sleep in Cars, Peng Life, The Mighty Redcar.

Shakespeare & Hathaway - Private Investigators. Image shows from L to R: Frank Hathaway (Mark Benton), Luella Shakespeare (Jo Joyner). Copyright: BBC.Best Daytime Programme: Shakespeare & Hathaway - Private Investigators, Buy It Now, Escape to the Chateau: DIY, Moving On - Invisible, Murder, Mystery and My Family, Richard Osman's House of Games.

The End Of The F***ing World. Image shows from L to R: Alyssa (Jessica Barden), James (Alex Lawther).Best Drama Series or Serial: The End Of The F***ing World, A Very English Scandal, Bodyguard, Kiri, Patrick Melrose, Save Me.

Eric, Ernie And Me. Image shows from L to R: Ernie Wise (Neil Maskell), Eddie Braben (Stephen Tompkinson), Eric Morecambe (Mark Bonnar). Copyright: Objective Productions.Best Single Drama: Eric, Ernie And Me, Black Mirror: USS Callister, Killed by my Debt, The Boy with The Topknot, The Child in Time[/i], The Miniaturist.

Horrible Histories. Tom Stourton. Copyright: Lion Television.Best Children's Programme: Horrible Histories, Deadly Dinosaurs, Free Rein, Jamie Johnson, Last Commanders, My Life: Locked in Boy.

Waffle The Wonder Dog.Best Pre-School Programme: Waffle The Wonder Dog, Claude, Becca's Bunch, Deian a Loli, Pablo, School of Roars.


The results will be announced at London's Grosvenor Hotel on 6th February 2019, during a ceremony hosted by Harry Hill.

In total across all genres, the BBC has 57 shortlisted programmes, with Channel 4 next at 28 nominations. The full list of nominations can be seen on broadcastnow.co.uk

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